A drive in the Country!
Keith Hayton reports.....
On September 28th, some twenty Rotarians and partners took seventeen guests to a tea party at the Cedar Barn, Pickering. Our guests were collected from their homes across the city and taken on a variety of routes across the countryside to end at the Cedar barn for afternoon tea.
I think all were revelling in the fact that they could get out and meet others after having been restricted for so long. Indeed, the level of noise of the chattering in the restaurant was a fair indication of how much enjoyment was being had by all.
Our guests were provided with an excellent tea, served in a warm and friendly atmosphere, with constant ‘top-ups’ as needed. Certainly, we were well catered for by the Cedar Barn.
It says much for the pleasure of the afternoon that the very poor weather, so disappointing after the last few weeks, did not seem to diminish the pleasure for our guests.
Many thanks to the Rotarians and their ‘chaperones’ who gave up their time but, I know, found the afternoon a few hours very well spent.